BenefitsPRO Magazine-June 2015

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  • Wunderkind

    Nathan Solheim

    When David Contorno was in the 7th grade, his school system on Long Island combined his middle school with another local high school.

  • Aetna shake-up

    Dan Cook

    An industry shake-up is apparently in the works as insurance giant Aetna is targeting a major health insurer as an acquisition prospect.

  • License to chill

    Brian Hicks

    Im sitting under a beach umbrella, staring miserably out at the Gulf of Mexico, with sand in places there shouldn't be sand.

  • What, me worry?

    Denis Storey

    Since even before PPACA became law five years ago, brokers have been sweating bullets.

  • Technology and privacy

    Marty Traynor

    A couple months ago, National Underwriter Life & Health Magazine published an issue focused on technology.

  • The case for preventive care

    Kathryn Mayer

    Six years ago, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force doled out a controversial recommendation: Change long-standing breast cancer screening recommendations and advise women to wait until age 50 rather than 40 to start getting mammograms.

  • Vision leads way in voluntary

    Kathryn Mayer

    Vision insurance sales increased a whopping 24 percent last year over 2013, leading the way in worksite voluntary sales growth, according to industry data.

  • HR: Rogues Gallery

    Alan Goforth

    Employees spend eight hours a day with their coworkers during the workweek.

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